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New England Maritime Museums, Historic Sites, Art, and Cruises

New England Maritime Museums, Historic Sites, Art, and Cruises
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by in May 2014

Lowell's Boat Shop

Photo/Art by Brenda Darroch
Lowell’s Boat Shop — a National Historic Landmark and working museum.


A sampling of New England maritime museums, historic sites, art, and cruises celebrating the region’s rich seafaring heritage.
For pricing and seasonal schedules, call ahead or visit venue Web sites.

History Museums & Historic Sites

Cape Ann Museum
Gloucester, MA
978-283-0455
capeannmuseum.org

Captain Nathaniel B. Palmer House
Stonington, CT
860-535-8445
stoningtonhistory.org

Fort Knox State Historic Site & Penobscot Narrows Observatory
Prospect, ME
207-469-6553
fortknox.maineguide.com

John Brown House Museum
Providence, RI
401-273-7507
rihs.org/museums/john-brown-house

John Carter Brown Library
Providence, RI
401-863-2725
brown.edu/academics/libraries/john-carter-brown

Linden Place
Bristol, RI
401-253-0390
lindenplace.org

Lowell’s Boat Shop
Amesbury, MA
978-834-0050
lowellsboatshop.com

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